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Tuesday, December 11, 2018

Sc. & Envt. / Science


  • Cuba to hold 6th International Congress of Animal Production

    Cuba to hold 6th International Congress of Animal Production

    Havana, Oct 23. -The 6th International Congress of Tropical Animal Production 2018 will be held from October 29th to November 2nd at the Convention Center of this capital, according to its organizers.

  • Photovoltaic park to be built in Mariel Development Zone, Cuba

    Photovoltaic park to be built in Mariel Development Zone, Cuba

    Havana, Oct 20. -The enterprise Mariel Solar S.A. will soon start installation of the first photovoltaic park with 100 percent foreign capital, with an estimated output of 102 Gigawatts/hour (GWh) per year, revealed here an authorized source.

  • Science in Camagüey backs up the beekeeping work

    Science in Camagüey backs up the beekeeping work

    Camagüey, Oct 11. -The Beekeeping and Meliponiculture Society, belonging to the Camagüey subsidiary of the Cuban Association of Animal Production (ACPA), implements several scientific researches in order to achieve greater uniformity in the development of apiary, reduce the mortality of bees and obtain higher volumes of honey, wax and propolis.

  • Belgian-Cuban project wins prize “Digital for Development”

    Belgian-Cuban project wins prize “Digital for Development”

    Brussels, Oct 6. -Digital application Wise Pocket, developed by the Cuban University of Oriente and the Vrije Universiteit of Brussels, won the prize “Digital for Development” for the most promising innovative idea in the “IStartup” category.

  • Cubans IT Union Opens its First National Conference

    Cubans IT Union Opens its First National Conference

    Havana, Oct 2. -The First National Conference of the Cuban Union of Informaticians (UIC) opened in Havana on Tuesday to approve the organization's new goals, based on work policies and strategies.

  • Latin America and the Caribbean Environmental Agreement Sign at UN

    Latin America and the Caribbean Environmental Agreement Sign at UN

    United Nations, Sep 27. -Authorities from several countries in Latin America and the Caribbean signed the first environmental agreement for the region, which seeks to implement the rights of access to timely and reliable environmental information.

  • PAHO Warns about TB Incidence in the Americas

    PAHO Warns about TB Incidence in the Americas

    Washington, Sep 25. -More than a quarter of a million people live with tuberculosis (TB) in the Americas and 24,000 died from this cause in 2017, warns a PAHO report, which circulates today.

  • World Heart Week Begins in Cuba

    World Heart Week Begins in Cuba

    Havana, Sep 24. -With the aim of raising public awareness on the risks of cardiovascular diseases (CVD) and promoting healthy lifestyles, Cuba is celebrating as of Monday World Heart Week with several activities.

  • Climate Change, Human Impacts at MarCuba 2018

    Climate Change, Human Impacts at MarCuba 2018

    Havana, Sep 21. -Climate change, human impacts and maritime-recreational development are among the issues of the 11th Congress on Marine Sciences, to be held on October 15th-19th, the organizing committee posted on its website today.

  • Hundreds of Properties at Risk a Year After Earthquake in Mexico City

    Hundreds of Properties at Risk a Year After Earthquake in Mexico City

    Mexico, Sep 19. -There are currently 483 properties at risk in Mexico City and awaiting demolition, one year after the earthquake on September 19th, 2017, Citizen Collective Nosotros denounced today.